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Top 10 Big Screens for Wimbledon

Every July, tennis fever grips the nation with Wimbledon bursting to life with Pimms-drinking picnickers descending on the town, and Murray Mound inundated with enthusiastic tennis fans. For those who don’t have tickets to the games, here are some of our favourite screenings where you can catch all the action. 

The Piazza
Where better to watch the sets play out than in the heart of Wimbledon. The cheery market square will be hosting a big screen pop up in the town’s Piazza, complete with deck chairs and fake grass.
2-15 July; 11am-6pm
Wimbledon Piazza

Old Laundry Yard
Venture west to Shepherd’s Bush and discover the Old Laundry Yard for an afternoon enjoying the open air alfresco space in the style of an old school retro laundry. Make the most of delicious international street food, catch all the excitement of the tournament, and enjoy a cleverly named Murray Mojito or two at the Old Laundry Bar.
5-15 July
Old Laundry Yard

Strawberries and Screen
Pack a picnic hamper and catch the most exciting games of the Championship in the beautiful Duke of York Square in Chelsea. Head to the website to book a VIP front row seat so you can catch all the sporting action from your Fogninis and your Federers.
14-16 July

The Dog and Fox
Right in the heart of Wimbledon Village, the Dog and Fox pub offers a great location just a stone’s throw from the stadium. The pub will be screening all the games across their six television screens and visitors can also make their way to the enchanting beer garden and watch the tennis in the glorious July sunshine.
2-15 July; 10am-11pm
Wimbledon Village

British Summer Time Hyde Park
The ongoing summer festival is mainly known for its live music events, but the days when bands aren’t playing, you can enjoy food stands, cinema events, as well as all the tennis action from Wimbledon.
9-12 July
Hyde Park

Big Screen on the Green
Parsons Green will be showing the finals of the tennis with a huge open air screen on the park. Bring along a picnic blanket and some Prosecco and make the most of the sunshine and picturesque setting.
14-16 July
Parsons Green

The Old Frizzle
Wimbledon’s much-loved local pub has a great back room that totally lends itself to sporting events like Wimbledon. The Old Frizzle will be serving Pimm’s-a-plenty and showing every second of all the matches so you don’t miss a nail-biting moment.
2-15 July
The Broadway

Fire Stables
Close to the heart of the action, the Fire Stables will be celebrating with cocktails, Pimm’s, and British food in honour of the ancient Championship.
2-15 July
Church Road

Chelsea’s beautiful Bluebird will be opening its doors for you to watch the drama of the tournament unfold while enjoying lunch or a cocktail in the courtyard.
2-15 July; 10am-11pm

Cardinal Place
Cardinal Place will be welcoming spectators to enjoy the tennis on the big screen with the added advantage of a rooftop view. Soak up the sights of surrounding Victoria, plus make the most of all the food and drink options.
2-15 July